Discover the Turin Egyptian Museum, specializing in Egyptian archaeology and anthropology. Dedicated exclusively to the art and culture of ancient Egypt. The Egyptian Museum in Turin offers visitors one of the world’s largest collections of Egyptian antiquities with over 30,000 artifacts, like mummies, papyri and everything related to ancient Egypt (including taxidermied animals). This tour includes entrance fees and a video guide.
Visit: Museo Egizio, Turin, Province of Turin, Piedmont
Venture into the Turin Egyptian Museum with family, friends or explore on your own. In the 2015, after extensive renovation, the Egyptian Museum in Turin reopened its doors to the public - and with a new layout. Grab your electronic ticket which is a bracelet that's valid for one entrance. Your bracelet must be worn for the duration of your visit. Once you grab your ticket, receive a video guide, which is a new generation of equipment that will give you the opportunity to choose itineraries differentiated by content and duration.
In certain areas, explore the itinerary through the new Egyptian Museum that's punctuated by media to provide additional insights during your adventure. The Museum is divided into four floors (three floors above ground and one under ground) with a chronological itinerary. Visit the important library and spaces dedicated to restoration and study of mummies and papyri.